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  1. Janet says:

    Well said and a good reminder for all of us who love classic, tailored style. We need to occasionally step back take an objective look to avoid falling into what I call the “mumsy” trap! Thanks for this post!

  2. Hi, Beth,
    Love your advice–and the fact that you are currently living in a hot humid climate and always include advice for making a classic wardrobe less formal. I’m here in South Florida where the dressing and climate is (ahem) different.
    Can you discuss prints? I’m a monochromatic fan, but that’s getting old. I’m 68 so I don’t want to look too silly. Thanks, Anne

  3. Rebecca says:

    You look gorgeous! Your advice regarding classic pieces with pops of color is spot on. I too, love a pointed toe flat!

  4. Sandra says:

    Hi Beth
    Yet another helpful post! You’re the female Ralph Lauren. Awesome.

  5. Abs says:

    You’re right about the hair. My choices are limited due to my thick, wavy hair and multiple whorls to make it fun. When I ask for a short pixie cut, stylists do not want to cut it that way. I convinced one to take it super short, my eight-week pandemic lockdown haircut. Compliments galore from people I know and barely know! It might take some convincing because stylists don’t see women of a certain age in certain hairstyles. My next excuse will be, “I’ll be travelling, so I don’t know when I’ll get my hair cut next.” I won’t be travelling, but short hair suits me. So what if I have a few smile lines around my eyes, and people notice them?

  6. Carolyn Dean says:

    Hi Beth!
    I’ve never written anyone on line,nor followed anyone, but I’d like to thank you for the time and energy you put into this site. I’ve been a full time registered nurse for over 41 years, a mom of 4 and Nana to 5 ❤️. I’ve recently slowed down at work to help my family more and having worn scrubs all my life, was at odds with how to dress. You have helped me so very much, I’m thankful beyond words…please know that you are touching lives and making a difference.God bless from northern Ontario in Canada (Timmins)

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